Minnesota hosts UNLV at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 29
The Golden Gophers rallied from an 11-point deficit to beat Purdue.
The latest episode of Brick by Brick takes you behind the scenes in Michigan.
Minnesota defeated Michigan, 30-14, to claim the Little Brown Jug.
Football in the Spring
2014 Freshman Season: Played in all 12 games and served as the team's primary kicker made 11-of-17 field goals, which included a career-long 52-yard attempt converted 43-of-44 point-after attempts second on the team in scoring with 76 points kicked off 66 times and 35 of them resulted in a touchback Academic All-Big Ten. Game-by-Game: Converted all six of his point-after attempts as he made his Minnesota and collegiate debut against Eastern Illinois made all five of his point-after attempts against Middle Tennessee made his only point-after attempt at TCU connected on a 38-yard field-goal attempt (his first made career field goal) against San Jose State kicked three field goals, including a 48-yard attempt, at Michigan named one a Lou Groza National Collegiate Place-Kicker Award "Star of the Week" for his performance at Michigan made a 25-yard field goal against Northwestern kicked three-point after attempts and connected on two field goals, which included a career-long, 52-yard field goal against Purdue earned Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week accolades after the game-winning field goal vs. Purdue made three point-after attempts and a 44-yard field goal at Illinois made six point-after attempts and a 35-yard field goal against Iowa made his first career tackle and converted three point-after attempts and connected on a 34-yard field goal against Ohio State kicked four point-after attempts at Nebraska made a 37-yard field goal and three point-after attempts at Wisconsin.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Pace High School and helped lead the team to a 7-4 record as a senior connected on 14 of 17 field goals with his longest being 42 yards was 29-for-29 in PATs recorded 71 points kicked off 48 times, recording 46 touchbakcs averaged 39.26 yards on 35 punts coached by Mickey Lindsey ESPN ranked him as the seventh-best kicker in the nation and the 129th-best player in Florida Rivals listed him as a two-star recruit and the 15th-best kicker in the nation won the National Scholarship Camp's kick off competition by beating out more than 400 competitors beat Harrison Butker (now at Georgia Tech) in the final round sudden death field goal contest for the last spot in the recent Under Armour All-American game (connected on a 45-yard field goal in game).
PERSONAL: Born Aug. 26, 1995 son of Lori and Riyanto (Yudhie) Santoso has two siblings.